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I'm impressed that you got all your blends so smooth.  Beginners usually struggle with that.  Well done.

 

OK, so here is the part where I challenge you a bit, and hopefully give you one more technique.  Typically, I sculpt out a figure to within 1-2 mm of finished size, then add the final layer as a sheet of 1mm gs.  In this then I add all the fine surface details. So, think about doing this just to the surface of the lips, to add the fine lines and details one normally sees in lips and to sharpen up the edges of the lips a bit.  Start by rolling out a thin sheet of GS. Cut out shapes roughly the shape of what you want to cover.  Adhere it in place pressing from inside out to ensure there are no bubbles.  Seal the edges/blend them into the existing detail.  Lightly enscribe the fine details.

 

Well done!

 

Andy

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7 hours ago, TaleSpinner said:

I'm impressed that you got all your blends so smooth.  Beginners usually struggle with that.  Well done.

 

OK, so here is the part where I challenge you a bit, and hopefully give you one more technique.  Typically, I sculpt out a figure to within 1-2 mm of finished size, then add the final layer as a sheet of 1mm gs.  In this then I add all the fine surface details. So, think about doing this just to the surface of the lips, to add the fine lines and details one normally sees in lips and to sharpen up the edges of the lips a bit.  Start by rolling out a thin sheet of GS. Cut out shapes roughly the shape of what you want to cover.  Adhere it in place pressing from inside out to ensure there are no bubbles.  Seal the edges/blend them into the existing detail.  Lightly enscribe the fine details.

 

Well done!

 

Andy

Went a little too deep on one, but overall I like it. Gives a cracked lips effect. 

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